The standard model is 7’6” tall, 6′ wide, and has an overall stall length of 10′. There is 2′ of additional length in the wedge nose that makes the head area very open and non-claustrophobic.
What size truck Do I need to pull a 2 horse trailer?
Both Scheve and Robertson recommend at least a half-ton pickup to pull a two-horse tagalong trailer, with at least a three-quarter-ton pickup with a gooseneck hitch if pulling four horses or more.
How tall of a trailer do I need for a 17 hand horse?
From 16-3 hands up to 17 hands, you should add another 2″ (7’8″) to the height, and 6″ to the length from butt to breast and 6″ to head area (11′ total stall), or just add 1′ to the head area depending on the “butt to breast” size of your horse.
What size trailer do I need for a 17hh horse?
In a two horse slant load trailer, 7′ wide (6’9″ interior width), you will need a stall floor length of at least 12′. This will give you a stall width of 42″-45″ depending on the stall partition angle the manufacturer provides. It will also provide a diagonal stall length of about 10′ 5″.
Are Kingston horse trailers good?
As one of the best built trailers in the world, Kingston Horse Trailers are the most sought after as well as a best kept secret because of their “small batch” standards.
How long is a 2 horse slant trailer?
|Weight (without added options)||3420 lbs|
|Overall Box Length||14′|
|Stall Length||117″ diagonal, 90″ divider length|
How wide is a slant load horse trailer?
Most stalls in slant load trailers are 36” to 44” wide, which makes the usable length of the stall only about 8’6”. This means horses over 15 hands just won’t fit comfortably.